‘Listen to your inner voice,’ they say, and I say, the inner voice is a dimwit, especially when the inner voice is not as inner as we like to think it is.
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A reading that slays
A 5-card reading that slays, without mentioning death even though Death is on the table.
Offense, excitement, and a reading about impotence
On taking offense, getting excited, and a case of impotence.
The fortuneteller as a grey eminence
The fortuneteller as a grey eminence is about mastering what she does, not about making others feel good about their predicaments.
Losing the plot: A 3-card challenge
When you think you lost the plot and the cards say you didn’t.
Things and ideas on a plate
You don’t need lessons in gratitude. What you need is remembrance. Remembrance of how to appreciate the world of things and the world of the people invested in making the things that you either need or desire.
I’m waiting for more good looking books to happen, whose content lives up to what the covers promise.
Reading for erotic dreams and the fetish of the book.
Dark duel: Algorab conjunct the Moon against some fancy gossipers
On the poetry of performing black magic on an excellent day, when the stars and the moon aligned just right.
This is how magic works
Yesterday EyeCorner Press and translator Oscar Díaz del Valle mutually agreed on the terms for the translation of my book, Marseille Tarot: Towards the Art of Reading, first published in 2014. This introduction to the Marseille Tarot is special to me, not only because it became a much beloved book by many, but also becauseContinue reading “This is how magic works”